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He could play 10 games of chess, 10 games of checkers, and a game of billiards simultaneously. The first checkers column appeared in the New York Clipper in 1856 alongside the chess column. The record for simultaneous blindfold checkers games is 28. Checkmate The medieval custom of checkmate entitled the winner to a double stake.

He became a Correspondence Grandmaster at the age of 77. com Chess Trivia 38 Paul von Bilguer, Army Lieutenant and author of the Handbuch, the most influential chess book for 90 years; Dr. Ludwig Bledow, professor of mathematics and Pleiades founder; Wilhelm Hanstein, civil servant; Bernard Horwitz, painter and chess professional; Baron Tassilo von der Lasa, Prussian Ambassador and chess book; collector (over 2000 books). He never played in a tournament or match; Carl Mayet, barrister and judge; Carl Schorn, painter.

Bosnia-Herzegovina In 1993, a person was shot and killed while playing a chess game in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the first to die from sniper fire while playing chess. Botvinnik, Mikhail (1911-1995) Former world champion (1948-57, 1958-60, 1961-63) who was the only man to win the title three times. He played every world champion of this century and the early trainer of Karpov and Kasparov. He never played a “friendly” or leisure game of chess in his life. com Chess Trivia 50 computer chess programs. He received $5,000 for winning his first world championship.

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